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    Ever since their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame I’ve been revisiting live performances by NIN. Their Woodstock ‘94 performance is an all-timer for me, particularly this song:


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    it's drum and bass day at the dogfish household. . .


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    Marshall Tucker Band - Hillbilly Band

    My first time hearing this gem. This band is seriously overlooked.
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    Jason Aldean and Blake Shelton.
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    Imagine it's your first concert in over a year and you get to see Dave Chappelle sing Radiohead with Foo Fighters.


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    Without hesitation Beastie Boys/Run DMC is #1. 2 is a bit trickier, but I think I'd go with Tom Petty.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aberdien View Post
    Without hesitation Beastie Boys/Run DMC is #1. 2 is a bit trickier, but I think I'd go with Tom Petty.
    Strong agree on #1.

    #2 is wide open though.

    The Petty show would have been rad for sure.

    Also, the Dead would have been a fantastic show. I'm not a fan. But when you average A+ concert with B/B- music, it's compelling.

    Depeche Mode jumped out at me as the easy #2, but this was pre- Violator. An excellent show. All of the 101 material. This is probably the obvious choice. At this point their catalogue is more than enough for any given show.

    If it was a Cult/Cure show, I might be interested. Rush and Yes both sound like quality shows, see my comment about Dead above. But then factor in how amazing Yes and Rush are.

    Madonna I bet was the actual best show, but maybe not.

    Hard pass on Waters and "Pink Floyd", each was so much worse separate.

    Duran Duran/Erasure might actually be the correct answer. No shit.

    It feels wrong to pass on either Huey Lewis or Iron Maiden.

    So...

    I'mma go with.

    ****.

    I'd go with U2/Pogues. Yeah. The U2 setlist is pretty tight at this point. But the Pogues aren't quite there. Almost there. This is almost the slam dunk.

    So...shit.

    Bowie is at his lowest, don't want '87 Bowie. Cars...pass. Great band, great show. But pass.

    I'm landing 100% on Depeche Mode 1987. This is pretty much the 101 concert, peak Depeche Mode minus Violator. Compositional genius, great attention to detail for touring, great setlist.

    tl;dr....

    Hot goth girls.
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    btw, this was the actual list:



    Pimpf
    Behind the Wheel
    Strangelove
    Sacred
    Something to Do
    Blasphemous Rumours
    Stripped
    Pipeline
    The Things You Said
    Black Celebration
    Shake the Disease
    Nothing
    Pleasure, Little Treasure
    People Are People
    A Question of Time
    Never Let Me Down Again
    A Question of Lust
    Master and Servant
    Everything Counts
    Agent Orange
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    btw, this was the actual list:



    Pimpf
    Behind the Wheel
    Strangelove
    Sacred
    Something to Do
    Blasphemous Rumours
    Stripped

    Pipeline
    The Things You Said
    Black Celebration
    Shake the Disease
    Nothing
    Pleasure, Little Treasure
    People Are People
    A Question of Time
    Never Let Me Down Again
    A Question of Lust
    Master and Servant
    Everything Counts

    Agent Orange
    Bolded is the killer, the rest is filler

    But they are ok as far as segue/exit material. Proper segue material can be crucial for the overall experience. This is close to an ideal concert. I wonder what the Petty and Duran Duran shows were like. The U2 show would have been A/A-, I looked at the list. They were so on point in '87.

    But I'm really convinced this is the right choice, after DMC/Beastie.
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    I looked at the Duran Duran list. No Rio, no Girls on Film. Factor that in. Still a strong list and good show. But how would you feel if you went to the Duran Duran show and no Girls on Film and no Rio? You get Hungry and Election Day and View to a Kill and Reflex. But to me this doesn't beat the above.

    I'm not sure how to factor in the Erasure part, since I was never that into them, but I am told they are about good enough to headline a show like this.
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    Here was the Petty setlist...has me questioning my choices.



    Breakdown
    Think About Me
    American Girl
    My Life/Your World
    Listen to Her Heart
    Here Comes My Girl
    For What It's Worth
    The Waiting
    Don't Come Around Here No More
    It'll All Work Out
    Ballad of Easy Rider
    Runaway Trains
    Should I Stay or Should I Go
    Even the Losers
    Jammin' Me
    Refugee
    You Got Lucky
    Bye Bye Johnny
    Just as a quick example, Ballad of Easy Rider is not a Petty cut. This is a Byrds cover but it's like they knew Petty would come along later. And did Dylan make an impromptu appearance at this show? Maybe this was the one. I've heard a bit of Petty live on Spotify and think this keyboard work might be peak music...

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